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Full text of "The Loom Of Language"

Modern Descendants of Latin

38i

tables on pp 381 and 382 The largest Spanish group., corre-
sponding to the chanter conjugation in French, is represented by cantor
with the infinitive ending -AR Vender,, hke the French (third) vendre
conjugation^ is representative of a second class with the infinitive ending
~ER A third3 represented by partir^ has the infinitive ending -IR

REGULAR SPANISH AND PORTUGUESE VERB TYPES

(a) SPANISH
				(i) PORTUGUESE
		
r
	cant-o
	vend-o
	part-o
	cant-o
	vend-o
	part-o

C3
	cant-as
	vend-es
	part-es
	cant-as
	vend-es
	part-es

(0   j
	cant-a
	vend-e
	part-e
	cant-a
	vend-e
	part-e

M    1
	cant-amos
	vend-emos
	part-imos
	cant-amos
	vend-emos
	part-imos

Pi
	cant-ais
	vend- eis
	part-is
	cant-ais
	vend-eis
	part-is

L
	cant-an
	vend-en
	part-en
	cant-am
	vend- em
	part-em


	cant-aba
	vend-la
	part-ia
	cant-ava
	vend-ia
	part-ia


	cant-abas
	vend-ias
	part-ias
	cant-avas
	vend-ias
	part-ias


	cant-aba
	vend-ia
	part-ia
	vant-ava
	vend-ia
	part-ia


	cant-abairos
	vend-lamos
	part-iamos
	cant-avamos
	vend-iamos
	part iamos


	cant-abais
	vend-fais
	part-fais
	cant-aveis
	vend-ieis
	part-ieis


	cant-ab.in
	vend-ian
	part-ian
	cant-avam
	vend-iam
	part-iam


	cant-e
	vend-f
	part-i
	cant-ei
	vend-i
	part-i


	cant-aste
	vend-iste
	part-iste
	cant-aste
	vend-este
	part-iste


	cant-6
	vend-i6
	part-io
	cant-ou
	vend-eu
	part-iu


	cant-amos
	vend-unos
	part-imos
	cant-amos
	vend-emos
	part-imos


	cant-asteis
	vend-isteis
	part-isteis
	cant-astes
	vend-estes
	part-istes


	cant-aron
	vend-iercn
	part-iexon
	cant-aram
	vend-eram
	part-iram

r
	cant-are"
	vend-er e
	part-ir
	cant-arei
	vend-erei
	part-u*ei


	cant-aras
	vend-eras
	part-uras
	cart-aras
	vend-erds
	part-iris

H
	cant-arS
	vend-era
	part-ira
	cant-ara
	vend-era
	part-ira

3 *
	cant-aremos
	vend-eremos
	part-u-emos
	cant-aremos
	vend-eremos
	part-iremos

r?
	cant-areis
	\end-ereis
	part-ireis
	cant-areis
	vend-ereis
	part-ireis


	cant-aran
	vend-eran
	part-iran
	cant-aruO
	vend-erCo
	part-irao

_ r
	cant-aria
	vend-eria
	part-uia
	cant-ana
	vend-ena
	part-ma

2
	cant-arias
	vend-enas
	part-irlas
	cant-anas
	vend-erias
	part-mas

I)
	cant-aria
	vend-ena
	part-iria
	cant-ana
	vend-ena
	part-ma

&\
	cant-ariamos
	vend-enamos
	part-inamos
	cant-anamos
	vend-erfamos
	pan-iriamos

1
	cant-arfais
	vend-eriais
	part-iriais
	cant-arieis
	vend-eneis
	part-irleis


	caut-arian
	vend-erian
	part-irian
	cant-anam
	vend-enam
	part-iriam

 r
	cant-e
	vend-a
	part-a
	cant-e
	vend-a
	part-a

-S
	cant-es
	vend-as
	part-as
	cant-es
	vend-as
	part-as

go   I
	cant-e
	vend-a
	part-a
	cant-e
	vend-a
	part-a

IjH
	cant-emos
	vend-amos
	part-amos
	cant-emos
	vend-amos
	part-amos

tV-ST
	cant- eis
	vena-ais
	part-ais
	cant-eis
	vend-ais
	part-ais

3
 CO   L
	cant-en
	vend-an
	part-an
	cant-em
	vend-am
	part-am

*
	cant-a
	vend-e
	part-e
	cant-a
	vend-e
	part-e

f
	cant-ad
	vend-ed
	part-id
	cant-ai
	vend-ei
	part-i

J
	cant-ando
	vend-iendo
	part-iendo
	cant-ando
	vend-endo
	part-indo


	cant-ado
	vend-ido
	part-ido
	cant-ado
	vend-ido
	part-ido

The student of Spanish, even more than the student of French^ has
to concentrate on the correct use of the verb  The terminals of the
* Imperative singular (familiar form)   For imperative of polite address
see p, 399-
f Imperative pi oral (familiar form)
$ Present participle (gerund)
 Past participle